Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Is the path to peace in the Middle East (search) hopelessly off course? We’ll ask FOX News contributors Dr. Monica Crowley, WABC radio host, and Ellis Henican, columnist for Newsday.
What does the future hold for the president and his interests regarding Iraq? John Zogby, president and CEO of Zogby International, weighs in.
Plus, is President Bush changing his strategy on Iraq? Harlan Ullman, senior adviser at CSIS, joins the debate.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
In his address to the nation, President Bush lays out why we need to stay the course in Iraq (search). But did he convince the doubters about his plan for peace? We’ll ask Mike Gallgher, syndicated radio host and FOX News contributor.
The president asserts the need for America to stand up to the challenge presented by Iraq. Will the American public respond? We’ll ask Bill Sammon, White House correspondent of The Washington Times.
The administration is now focused on travel and tourism to boost U.S. economy. Will this move bring back more jobs for Americans? We’ll ask Commerce Secretary Don Evans.
There's an unusual connection between two high profile cases: Kobe Byrant's cousin says convicted killer, Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, is innocent. Will he get a new trial? Lis Wiehl, FOX News legal analyst and former federal prosecutor, joins the debate.
Plus, as we approach the anniversary of Sept. 11, we’ll be joined by Al Fuentes, chief of the Marine Division of the FDNY, who was trapped under the rubble on that tragic day.
And, Saudi Arabia says they're sweeping out Al Qaeda cells inside their kingdom. Are the Saudis finally cracking down on terror, or did the U.S. invade the wrong country? Time magazine's Tim Burger joins the debate.
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